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Tendency of getting urine infection. Blood and protein detected in urine report. How to treat it?

Good Evening Doctor My daughter is not feeling well from last few days . She has a tendency of Urien infection. She was having fever , not feeding well and complaining pain while passing urine and also the abdominal pain as well as ear pain. I had sent her urine for routien check and in the report the Blood, Protein and Kentons are detected. Please tell me what is all that and what do I do in this situation. Urine Culture report will come tomorrow evening.
Asked On : Mon, 23 Jul 2012
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Your daughter is most likely suffering from urinary infection. Infection can cause pain during urination, fever and distaste to food. If she is getting infection recurrently then she needs to be evaluated for the cause of infection. Blood and protein in urine can be because of infection. Protein in urine is an indicator of kidney injury because of some disease most commonly diabetes which also explains the possibility of recurrent infection. Check her blood sugars, get ultrasound of the abdomen. Visit a urologist.
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